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In 2009, the club almost won the playoff against Eredivisie side Roda JC, only losing on penalties. In 2010, the club came in second, again just narrowly missing promotion. Cambuur welcomed during these play-offs more than 40, 000 spectators in just two weeks. Another estimated 7, 000 fans watched the final play-off match against Roda on a large screen in the city centre of the city of Leeuwarden. More than 1. 4 million people watched the final play-off match on television, which appeared to be another record for a play-off promotion match in the Netherlands. In total, more than 4. 5 million people watched the play-off matches between Cambuur, PEC Zwolle and Roda JC on television that year.
/releg. play-off) 1999–2000 1998–99 Eredivisie 1998–99 1997–98 Eerste Divisie Eredivisie (winning promo. play-off) 1997–98 1996–97 Eerste Divisie promotion/relegation play-off: no promotion 1996–97 1995–96 Eerste Divisie 6th 1995–96 1994–95 Eerste Divisie 1994–95 1993–94 Eredivisie 1993–94 1992–93 Eredivisie 14th 1992–93 1991–92 Eerste Divisie 1991–92 1990–91 Eerste Divisie 1990–91 1989–90 Eerste Divisie 1989–90 first round 1988–89 Eerste Divisie 1988–89 1987–88 Eerste Divisie 1987–88 1986–87 Eerste Divisie promotion competition: no promotion 1986–87 1985–86 Eerste Divisie 19th 1985–86 1984–85 Eerste Divisie 1984–85 1983–84 Eerste Divisie 1983–84 1982–83 Eerste Divisie 1982–83 1981–82 Eerste Divisie 1981–82 1980–81 Eerste Divisie 1980–81 1979–80 Eerste Divisie 1979–80 1978–79 Eerste Divisie 1978–79 1977–78 Eerste Divisie 1977–78 1976–77 Eerste Divisie 1976–77 1975–76 Eerste Divisie 1975–76 1974–75 Eerste Divisie 13th 1974–75 1973–74 Eerste Divisie 1973–74 1972–73 Eerste Divisie 1972–73 1971–72 Eerste Divisie 1971–72 did not participate 1970–71 Eerste Divisie 1970–71 1969–70 Eerste Divisie 1969–70 first round 1968–69 Eerste Divisie 1968–69 1967–68 Eerste Divisie 1967–68 group stage 1966–67 Eerste Divisie 1966–67 1965–66 Eerste Divisie 1965–66 1964–65 Tweede Divisie 1st (winning championship play-off) Eerste Divisie (promotion) 1964–65 1963–64 Tweede Divisie 9th (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1963–64 1962–63 Tweede Divisie 7th (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1962–63 1961–62 Eerste Divisie 13th (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) Tweede Divisie (relegation) 1961–62?  1960–61 Eerste Divisie 10th (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1960–61?  1959–60 Eerste Divisie 6th (group B) (as VV Leeuwarden) not held 1958–59 Eerste Divisie 2nd (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1958–59?  1957–58 Eerste Divisie 3rd (group B) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1957–58?  1956–57 Tweede Divisie 1st (group A) (as VV Leeuwarden) 1956–57?  Club staff Position Staff Manager Sjors Ultee Assistant Manager Dennis Haar First-Team Coach Pascal Bosschaart Goalkeeper Coach Peter van der Vlag Fitness Coach Nicky Boonstra Performance coach Daan Ganzinga Video Analyst Ruben de Jong Doctor Dirk Steensma Antje Tardy Physiotherapist Harvey Bischop Kevin Koster Materialman Paul Jansen Team Manager Peter Drijver Niels Dissel Managers Notable former players The players below had senior international cap(s) for their respective countries.
Never before in the second division it had sold out that many regular season matches. Current squad As of 31 August 2022 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK POR João Virgínia (loan from Everton) 2 DF NED Jasper ter Heide 3 SUR Calvin Mac-Intosch 4 Léon Bergsma 5 Doke Schmidt 6 MF Mees Hoedemakers 7 FW SUI Felix Mambimbi (loan from Young Boys) 8 Jamie Jacobs 9 Tom Boere 10 Mitchel Paulissen 11 Silvester van der Water 12 Robbin Ruiter 14 Michael Breij 15 Marco Tol 16 SLE Alex Bangura 18 GAB David Sambissa 20 FRA Robin Maulun 21 Daniël van Kaam 22 HAI Jhondly van der Meer 23 Maxim Gullit 24 JPN Sai van Wermeskerken 27 GUI Sekou Sylla 28 LVA Roberts Uldriķis (captain) 30 Remco Balk (loan from Utrecht) 31 Brett Minnema 33 Floris Smand 39 Milan Smit Honours Eerste Divisie Winners: 1991–92, 2012–13, 2020–21 Runners-up: 1996–97, 1997–98, 2009–10 Tweede Divisie Winners: 1956–57, 1964–65 Recent history Below is a table with Cambuur's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.
Domestic Results since 1956 Domestic league League result Qualification to KNVB Cup season Cup result 2020–21 Eerste Divisie 1st Eredivisie (promotion) 2020–21 second round 2019–20 Eerste Divisie 1st (no title awarded) Season abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic 2019–20 2018–19 Eerste Divisie 10th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2018–19 round of 16 2017–18 Eerste Divisie 8th 2017–18 quarter-finals 2016–17 Eerste Divisie 3rd 2016–17 semi-finals 2015–16 Eredivisie 18th Eerste Divisie (relegation) 2015–16 2014–15 Eredivisie 12th – 2014–15 2013–14 Eredivisie 2013–14 2012–13 Eerste Divisie 2012–13 Round of 16 2011–12 Eerste Divisie 7th 2011–12 2010–11 Eerste Divisie 5th 2010–11 fourth round 2009–10 Eerste Divisie 2nd 2009–10 2008–09 Eerste Divisie 2008–09 third round 2007–08 Eerste Divisie 17th 2007–08 2006–07 Eerste Divisie 2006–07 2005–06 Eerste Divisie 15th 2005–06 2004–05 Eerste Divisie 9th 2004–05 2003–04 Eerste Divisie 2003–04 2002–03 Eerste Divisie 11th 2002–03 2001–02 Eerste Divisie 2001–02 2000–01 Eerste Divisie 4th 2000–01 1999–2000 Eredivisie Eerste Divisie (losing promo.
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Cambuur won the Eerste Divisie championship in the 2012–13 season, awarding the club promotion to the Eredivisie for the 2013–14 season. On 1 May 2016, Cambuur were relegated to the Eerste Divisie after losing 6–2 away to PSV. Cambuur were denied promotion to the 2020–21 Eredivisie as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite being in first place of the 2019–20 Eerste Divisie.  Supporters Cambuur has a group of ultras, known as the M. I.
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-Side, who stand on the north and south stands at the Cambuur Stadion. The name derives from the street names in which the stands are built: M stands for Marathonstraat and I for Insulindestraat. Most of the hardcore fans of Cambuur are sitting close to the stand of the away fans on the northern side of the stadium. They are among the most notorious in the Netherlands. In the 2009–10 season, the average attendance was 8, 600 fans per game, and more than 6, 500 season tickets were sold. That was a new record for Cambuur, as these numbers were achieved while the club was in the second division but even higher than when it played in the Eredivisie. In the 2009–10 season, the club sold out six regular season matches with 10, 000 fans per game, another milestone for the Leeuwarden-based club.
SC Cambuur - WikipediaCambuurFull nameSportclub CambuurNickname(s)The Yellow-BluesSCCFounded19 June 1964; 58 years agoGroundCambuur StadionLeeuwarden, NetherlandsCapacity10, 500ChairmanCees HeijboerHead coachSjors UlteeLeagueEredivisie2021–22Eredivisie, 9th of 18WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Current season SC Cambuur, also known as Cambuur Leeuwarden, or simply Cambuur, (Dutch pronunciation: [ɛsˈseː ˈkɑmbyːr]) is a Dutch football club from the city of Leeuwarden formed on 19 June 1964. They currently play in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, after winning the 2020–21 Eerste Divisie title. The home ground of the club is the 10, 000-capacity Cambuur Stadion.
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